Denice Stewart: Bogus nurse carried out 2,000 cervical smear tests and vaccinations on NHS patients over six years

Bogus nurse carried out 2,000 cervical smear tests and vaccinations on NHS patients over six yearsDenice Stewart spared jail after admitting posing as a registered nurseHatched plan after stealing mail belonging to a genuine nurse in 2002Judge criticises Nursery and Midwifery Council for their investigationsStewart evaded 'limited if non-existent' inquiries by the NMC By Claire Ellicott PUBLISHED: 19:27 GMT, 6 March 2013 | UPDATED: 08:02 GMT, 7 March 2013 Bogus nurse: Denice Stewart has been spared jail after admitting theft, fraud, deception and forgery after posing as a registered nurse for six years A woman with no medical training stole the identity of a nurse and spent six years carrying out hundreds of smear tests and vaccinations in GP surgeries, a court heard yesterday. When Denice Stewart, 48, was finally arrested in July 2011, patients she had treated, many of them children, had to be offered retests and additional treatment.

Airman who was "beaten up by soldier after having sex with his wife demanded 50,000 to keep quiet about the attack"

Airman who was 'beaten up by RAF colleague after having sex with his wife demanded 50,000 not to press charges' Lisa Jacques, 28, said she had affair with RAF corporal Justin AshtonAshton denied having sex and said they just exchanged naked picturesMr Jacques heard about affair and allegedly beat up Cpl AshtonAirman demanded money from Mrs Jacques to keep quiet about attackWife couldn't afford to pay him so he pressed charges against Cpl JacquesCorporal Dale Jacques yesterday found not guilty of grievous bodily harmAshton 'could face charge of perjury after claiming they didn't have sex' By Larisa Brown PUBLISHED: 14:20 GMT, 17 January 2013 | UPDATED: 15:04 GMT, 17 January 2013 An airman who was allegedly beaten up by a soldier after he had sex with his wife demanded 50,000 from her not to press charges. RAF corporal Justin Ashton, 37, had an affair with Lisa Jacques, 28, and even paid for her to hire a babysitter so they could have sex, a British military court heard yesterday. After her husband, Corporal Dale Jacques, 26, heard about the affair he confronted the airman, a court martial heard.

Each NHS trust needs a tsar to tackle obesity crisis, say top doctors as UK"s fat epidemic shows no sign of slowing

Each NHS trust needs a tsar to tackle obesity crisis, say top doctors as UK's fat epidemic shows no sign of slowing UK second only to the US for weight problems and situation is getting worseTreatment still 'inadequate' adding to 5billion cost of dealing with issue /12/31/article-2255540-059C6912000005DC-251_634x421.jpg” width=”634″ height=”421″ alt=”Crackdown: Leading doctors have advised that an obesity tsar should be appointed at every NHS trust to tackle a growing crisis” class=”blkBorder” /> Crackdown: Leading doctors have advised that an obesity tsar should be appointed at every NHS trust to tackle a growing crisis Yet treatment is still ‘inadequate’ adding to the annual 5billion cost of dealing with the issue. The Royal College said two out of three hospitals lack ‘joined-up’ services for patients who are obese or overweight.

Conman Christopher Hoare who racked up 2,400 hotel bill by pretending to be top rugby player foiled after staff realise he is overweight

Conman who racked up 2,400 hotel bill pretending to be a top rugby player was caught when staff realised he was 'too fat' Christopher Hoare, 30, said he was playing for London WaspsStaff became suspicious because he 'lacked the physique' of sportsman Serial fraudster was on the run from police at the time | UPDATED: 16:36 GMT, 26 December 2012 A conman who racked up a 2,400 bill at a luxury hotel by posing as a professional rugby player was caught out because staff thought he was too fat to be a top sportsman, a court heard. Christopher Hoare, 30, registered at top Kent hotel Eastwell Manor under a fake name in October

All I want for Christmas is… hand-me-down presents? How 49per cent of people will recycle unwanted gifts this year

All I want for Christmas is… hand-me-down presents How 49per cent of people will recycle unwanted gifts this year | UPDATED: 22:45 GMT, 12 December 2012 Christmas gift shopping can be stressful, expensive and tiring. So many people are now turning to re-gifting as a way to avoid the present-buying experience altogether.